Industry & Commerce Hotel Beijing (Beijing)
Industry & Commerce Hotel Beijing

country: China, city: Beijing (Centre)

Industry & Commerce Hotel Beijing Industry & Commerce Hotel Beijing

Location
The hotel is ideally located at the central Beijing. It enjoys the transportation convenience and quiet environment in the most commercialized area in Beijing. The historical Red Building of Beijing University sites opposite of the hotel.The forbidden City, Coal Hill Park, Beihai Park and Wang Fu Jing Commercial Center are within walking distance

Rooms
The rooms are well-equipped with user-friendly facilities and services.Clean and comfortable.

Restaurant
The restaurant offers the Chinese An Hui Cuisine.

General
It is a ideally hotel with central location, good condition but low price.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Business centre
Concierge
Laundry facilities
Lift
Reception
Room service
Sauna
Shopping arcade
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Mini bar
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
30 km to the nearest airport (Beijing)
3 km to the nearest station (Beijing railway station)
1 minute walk to the nearest bus stop

Address:
No.95 Beiheyan Street
Dongcheng
District Beijing 100006


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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